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night tv. cbs reporter theresa garcia on how his punch lines will go down in history. >> jonathan wints said he always wanted to be a lot of things, and all of them were funny. winters stole the show in the 196 klassic movie it's a mad mad mad mad world. the comic jien yus had a variety of voices, kashg terse and sound effects in his repertoire. growing up aun only child of divorced parents, winters found the best way to be entertained was to entertain himself. he even based some of his favorite characters on people he knew from his childhood in ohio. >> these are people that i really grew up with. these are my tools. >> and everyone was fair game, including cbs's edward murro. >> all i can say is good night and good luck to you and your moishg. >> as news of winter's death spread, fans started visiting and delivers these flowers here to his star on hollywood's walk of fame paying tribute to the comedy king. winter's legacy is his influence on future generations of comics, including robin williams. >> and i see you. >> winters starred as williams' son on his hit show mork and mindy. >>
you ms. stamp. >> hi. my name is theresa dolores and i'm a parent that lives in district 6 almost all my life. i have three children and my kids actually went to filipino education center school. i live on folsom street nearby six entrance and exit freeways. never before i have seen -- that today currently there are increased traffic on each of those major streets that we have from tenth all the way to main street. all of these entrances are freeway and exit traffic are located on these streets. my uncle was hit by a car. he's now invalid. a grandparent was hit on seventh street and howard street and he died. he was hit by a motorcycle. two school children were hit over at that elementary school campus at forsom and seventh street. the campus is on fourth street, fourth and harrison and that is where the filipino education campus for k-eight. i am really worried because i almost got hit many times. i live on tenth and folsom and no where even though there is 25-mile speed limit there drivers don't pay attention and also around the school corridor there is a 25-mile speed l
with a long gray beard. theresa garcia reports. >> reporter: bernie fowler and crystal walters held hands and at times cried while sheriff's investigators in california offered new details about the murder of their daughter. 8-year-old leila was found stabbed in the family home on saturday. >> we will not rest until we capture the responsible person. >> leila's 12-year-old brother told police he saw an intruder in the home around noon. >> he briefly followed this person until the person left the house and that's when he went to check on his sister. >> reporter: leila was pronounced dead from multiple stab wounds at a local hospital. police patrols and parents kept watchful eyes on the children at the elementary school monday. student and staff are in shock and afraid because leila's attacker is still on the loose. >> you never know what kind of people are out there. you could stand next to someone that's done something like that and it scares me. >> reporter: police have contacted all known sex offenders in the area and are conducting interviews. neighbors say leila's death has them being
francisco commission on the status of women was always involved as well as theresa sparks, executive director of the human rights commission. they were not only the core of the beginning but also generously offered to help us and support us and today that is where we are housed. we have a membership of over 28 agencies public and private representing a wide area of government agencies, law enforcement agencies, service providers, educators and community members. we are committed to ending human trafficking through collaboration, education, outreach, raising awareness and supporting survivors of human trafficking. how many cities have this kind of public private cooperation? i don't know but we are among the first and speaks about the efforts put forth in the city but isn't this the city where all things that are impossible can happen? i wanted to just a few people who are here. first and foremost the honorable mayor ed lee. and supervisor carmen chu, has been a great champion. the winners of the sf cat annual poster concert and the keynote speaker, -- a human traffic survivo
? >> thanks very much. i want to bring in dr. alan painter and his wife, theresa. he is a doctor at the e.r., boston -- treating boston marathon victims today. his wife actually ran in the marathon today. an extraordinary day for the family. welcome to you, dr. painter. can you tell me when you first heard what had happened today? >> i was standing about 20, 25 feet from the initial blast so i knew immediately what was going on. >> obviously you knew that your wife theresa was running. your first thoughts i guess must have been where on earth she was and was she safe. >> it was. and i would like to commend the boston athletic association and the police, paramedics here, they did an outstanding job. my wife was about two-tenths of a mile from the finish line and they pushed her back from the second blast area so it was pretty impressive, their response. >> theresa, you were running in the marathon. you were near the finishing line. what was your reaction when you heard the first explosion go off? >> well, i really wasn't paying attention and then when i heard the bomb and saw the reaction
. thank you. i oppose this. >> hello. my name is theresa. i'm a healer and dispensary is a place where a lot of healing goes on. you may not beware of that. medical cannabis has helped me with this. i have been diagnosed with mental illness just at 52. it's a great way for me to have resources. i also went to a healing school and did healing work. i don't really see any part of this ordinance or legislation really doing anything. this is a sanctuary city. it's just more prejudice against medical cannabis dispensary. if you look at the block, that neighborhood is a place i frequent and it improved and there is of things that it need help with. if we are creating a vision 50 years into future as avalos is saying, i think it needs to include healing places and i'm shocked that we are going to talk about gambling and have back doors for more alcohol. i'm sorry, i just started going back to church. it's like hello. it's like if people want to do that. there has to be a vehicle.. and later you will be apologizing to our community and i think you are doing a great job. this legislation is rid
tracks running right across from the school's campus. theresa hernandez heard the sound and spoke to us through a translation. >> i saw something flying in the air and what fell was the body of the the boy. >> reporter: the boy was austin price and he had been playing chicken on the tracks and was struck. >> i told him not to play those games. he is my best friend and i will miss him a lot. >> reporter: students bringing flowers and holding on tight. >> when someone needed money he would give it to them. >> no body walk on these train tracks. >> reporter: students began holding a pray vigil and a police officer said they they could not be there. >> it is just not safe. >> we talk about staying off the tracks and the safety around the train. >> reporter: 74 people were killed by moving trains in california last year, the most of any state in the united states and that is up from 2011 when there were 55. by the time an train conductor sees the person it is too late to stop. >> i was in shock and i feel traumatized. >> >> reporter: funeral services will be wednesday and a second boy was in
mcnally. bill crizwell. james patrick carol. jacob block who i think had to leave. theresa duvalis. tracy parent. marty de lollis. sarah sherman simmer and [speaker not understood]. were you done yet? >>> i'm tina, the next one. >> okay. why don't we -- it's your turn now. sorry about that. >>> no problem. my name is tina chung, community organizer and spareable chinatown cdc. i urge the board of supervisors to adopt a more balanced solution to the current legislation. a proposed council hundreds of tenants, some assessed most vulnerable and low-income. and most often are not, they have to live in san francisco as a necessity. access to transit, medical care for those that are mono lingual, and social services. p of many of my clients aren't against helping property owners who are stressed. this legislation without any amendments will have the unintended consequences of encouraging future real estate speculators from buying properties subsequently evicting or buying out tenants and selling them as tic units to owners with encouragement of other bypassers on the horizon. i've seen many ten
for bloomberg review and theresa, director at the new school. it's great to have you here. josh, you consider yourself a republican, i think, and right ] [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pretending. only flood insurance covers floods. ♪ visit floodsmart.gov/pretend to learn your risk. >>> let's bring in josh barrett, economic policy writer for bloomberg review and theresa, director at the new school. it's great to have you here. josh, you consider yourself a republican, i think, and right from the center right, but have been really on this full employment issue. and i want you to respond to keith ellison, the congressman's point, which i agree with, there is some interests keeping unemployment high. >> yeah, i don't think that's quite right. the idea is basically, you know, you keep unemployment high to keep labor costs down, but the problem is the strategy is to keep unemployment high, also keep economic growth weak, so it's a hugely negative game, whe
, whether it's the work of gandhi, mother theresa, or nelson mandela, people who have carried the torch of love and equality into the dark caves of tyrany and emerged bloody, but unbowed, they are examples of love's true limitless potential. thank you. (applause) >> and even, and even in the face of institutional hatred, the legacy of their work is a beacon for the world that loves will triumphant at the end of the day. it's triumphant because love, brotherhood and togetherness bind us together as americans. it's who we are as america. it's in our dna and those who are not part of this plan, who are not part of our constitution will eventually be overrun by our collective commitment to each other. but these victories, these victories are hard fought. these victories happened in a democracy out in the open. in the marketplace of ideas where thankfully what is good and what is right always prevails. we are thankful of this, sure. their injustice is and yes, they still persist. and they're present in our everyday lives. but thankfully they are treading down. slowly but surely being restric
, he was there, i know ter theresa sparks was there, i was so proud of san francisco in being there because the superintendent, he's, you can tell he's a teacher because he took control of that room. there was a thousand people in that room, he had them all raise their hands to quiet them down, it was beautiful. you could see the teacher in him. but i was so proud of being in san francisco because the kids -- kids are kids -- they were warned, you need to be respectful, you need to be respectful of the children that are being depicted in this film, please don't laugh at inappropriate moments, that kind of thing, and the kids were great. the kids were silent and crying when things were really tough and when things were going well for the kids depicted in the film they were cheering. it was a really, really wonderful moment. it was a wonderful way to start off this summit. i'm sure our superintendent will be talking about that. so i want to turn to him, our wonderful san francisco suplt of schools, richard karutz is here with us. richard began his appointment as superinte
her. thank you. >> my name's theresa. i've been at lake shore for 4 years. i was also a member of the executive board of the pta this year and i've worked closely with our principal and i found her to be an excellent prince /palg, very easy to communicate with, very re/spopbive to parents, but my interpretation of the issue at the is that teachers and some parents were at odds with the district policies of restorative practices, keeping african american children in the classrooms instead of sending them out when there's trouble. and to my mind, that's why she's leaving because the pressure was put on her from forces who didn't believe in the district policies. and while those of us here wrote letters and contacted people, we didn't get any response. so i want to know how is the district going to support principals who are going to implement their policies when they're allowing subversive parents to oust them. doesn't seem like a very productive way to go forward. if i'd like to see anything come out of this, i'd like to have the district come up with a policy for investiga
is theresa dolores and i'm a parent that lives in district 6 almost all my life. i have three children and my kids actually went to filipino education center school. i live on folsom
school. i will read one from theresa lopez and a resident from here in san francisco in district 6 and she takes her kids early in the morning to school and she sees lots of heavy traffic in the area of the school district so she wanted to inform you board of supervisors to do something about the area. thank you very much. >> thank you mr. perez and i do want to call my last two remaining -- i'm sorry. my last remaining card and that is mark bolton but if you didn't hear your name called or not called feel free to step up and line up behind mr. bolton. >> good afternoon supervisors. i am lori leaderman and i came to speak on item six so i will be sticking around but i wanted to talk about auto and pedestrian safety. i am a alarmed at one of the unintentional consequences in greening medians. they're beautiful but they grow. they create barriers to vision. two areas are viz diro when plants are growing and extend into the lane in the median in a number of locations. at intersections this is a hazard for legal left turns and block the on coming traffic. also if a pedestrian is
of it and i will acknowledge theresa who works on my staff as chronic absteism and involved with the oakland school district and i partner with tony smith and this man brought innovation to the oakland school district which has a lot of challenges which he may go into. i won't. so i really echo what jeff said about soft or hard power but let me tell you from my standpoint. i have a nephew who was in school and was bullied and there were sexual overtones to it and the result is he left the school and i spent time working with the school and my district and it wasn't my area and educate them about what bullying meant and in the most heinous way described to them and it went no where and that gave me the lesson in life we have children that are in fear when they go to school so they don't go and my priority is to have safe schools and they can be educated and create their path to a successful future and it's a healthy environment and bullying prevents that for so many kids. when terreesa and i addressed issues around truancies and one of the common themes and i saw this before with sexually
come out of the shadows. >> joining us as part of our immigration coverage is maria theresa kumar that was an incredible piece, it certainly gives us a real idea as we think about as we go our daily lives, about who is really a part of our daily lives, our nbc news first street picked up on this survey by pew research that dispels the stereotype that all undocumented immigrants are latino or mexican, to be more exact. as we move forward in this debate over immigration reform, what do you see as the not so obvious dangers of perpetuating the stereotypes out there? >> well, i think one of the dangers is that if we don't have a path to legalization, thomas, we're basically going to have a group of second-class citizens within our borders. and we don't want that. the nbc poll that came out today basically said that overwhelmingly latinos, latino voters favored a pathway to citizenship. the underlying reason is not do we have friends and family that may be undocumented. but if we don't provide that, we'll always be asked if we're americans. currently right now one out of every three am
in victoria de francesco soto, a contributor for nbc and nbc latino. and maria theresa kumar. maria theresa, doesn't the poll speak for itself and do you think is strengthens the hands of the people assembling at the capitol for them to do their job? >> once again the american people is ahead of where they electors are and i think that's why it's so promising what i'm hearing from folks is that it looks like they're going to drop a bill either monday or tuesday and keep an open review on the senate side and the idea is to get as many republicans onboard as soon as possible on the senate side so they can go with the bill they passed between 70 and 75 votes so when it hits the o house it's going to be harder for the extreme right of the republican party to break up the bill. >> victoria, there's a lot of opposition to what the american people support. nbc's michael isikoff has a new report out today about the network of anti-immigrant groups plotting against immigration reform. groups like numbers usa, fair, the center for immigration studies. they were founded by an obscure petition from mic
>>> let's bring in josh barrett, economic policy writer for bloomberg review and theresa, director at the new school. it's great to have you here. josh, you consider yourself a republican, i think, and right from the center right, but have been really on this full employment issue. and i want you to respond to keith ellison, the congressman's point, which i agree with, there is some interests keeping unemployment high. >> yeah, i don't think that's quite right. the idea is basically, you know, you keep unemployment high to keep labor costs down, but the problem is the strategy is to keep unemployment high, also keep economic growth weak, so it's a hugely negative game, where you're saying we're going to keep a weak economy so we can depress wages and take a larger share as corporate profits. that doesn't make sense if you own a business or are a rich guy. it makes much more sense to look at this as an error. we've been in a situation for years, we have aggregate demand that's too weak. >> people aren't buying enough, not enough consumption. >> exactly, but that's not good for you e
human rights commission, theresa, is here, i know commissioner is here as well and all of the bay area to work together to utilize the resources that our justice department is offering. their guidance and leadership as well, and to note that it can happen to any group. if you've heard what we're trying to do here, i know other mayors across this bay area are trying to do, we're trying to unleash the talent and creativeness of all of our communities not to succumb to things that will suppress that talent and in order to do that, you've got to really erase these barriers that are created sometimes by our own ignorance and sometimes by what people think are playful things and yet they are very, very hurtful and they become worse and worse. so that's what lee hirsch's film was really all about. he's taken 5 families and he's documented it and yesterday over 3,000 of our students had a chance to view and many of them i think cried because they know it's happening in their own school site. and just because we get a label sometimes in san francisco that we're progressive or that we know bett
maestro en la escuela primaria de antioch. take vo ---la sospechosa sera la maestra "theresa allen-caulboy" quien supuestament e abofeteo, pellizco e insulto a los niÑos con autismo. ---ahora los padres de los menores han interpuesto una demanda federal contra el distrito escolar por no haber manejado bien el problema y no denunciarlo a la policia. ---la maestra fue despedida de la escuela. blanca ---un nuevo reporte independiente da a conocer preocupantes datos sobre el estado de la educacion de la niÑez en la bahia. pitch - cesar ---al parecer, muchos distritos escolares estan ignorando las necesidades de niÑos pobres y latinos... ---angel ayllon nos tiene los detalles de la investigacion.. ;01 ;20 ;26 1;23 1:48 take pkg siguen en cuidados intensivos las calificaciones de los estudiantes latinos y afroamerican os en la bahia. y aunque unos distritos escolares mejoraron un poco en relacion al ano pasado, la calificacion sigue en rojo y la preocupacion aumenta dramaticament e. los distritos coinciden que un grave factor es que el padre del estudiante no se involucra en las escue
legends over the year. winston churchill spoke and president kennedy spot and mother theresa in '82. here we are in 2013 where they have invited a sexist, named higga. here are some more. >> [ bleep ]. >> you know who you [ bleep ]. >> should have have the money, take 20 [ bleep ] that's my life ♪ ♪ and clean [ bleep ]. >> you know to our resident rap expert. dana, you studied rap extensively bob. >> i'm a long time historian on rap music. i never listened to it once? >> this guy is clearly, all those nasty things you talk about. it's harvard. these people invited all kinds of whacko. >> greg: they invited you. >> bob: i protested. but i wouldn't agree with thing this punk says, but what are you going to do? they have the right to hire who they wanted and let it go. >> greg: the rapping doesn't come close and doesn't come close to dana perino. it's boring and stuck in 1994, but it's the fact that -- i'm with you. i don't care who goes there, but at least be fair. you can have a lady hating rapper but not a god fearing christian. a welcome mat for one person becomes a war path for anot
pacific tracks running right across from the school's campus. theresa hernandez heard the sound and spoke to us through a translation. >> i saw something flying in the air and what fell was the body of the the boy. >> reporter: the boy was austin price and he had been playing chicken on the tracks and was struck. >> i told him not to play those games. he is my best friend and i will miss him a lot. >> reporter: students bringing flowers and holding on tight. >> when someone needed money he would give it to them. >> no body walk on these train tracks. >> reporter: students began holding a pray vigil and a police officer said they they could not be there. >> it is just not safe. >> we talk about staying off the tracks and the safety around the train. >> reporter: 74 people were killed by moving trains in california last year, the most of any state in the united states and that is up from 2011 when there were 55. by the time an train conductor sees the person it is too late to stop. >> i was in shock and i feel traumatized. >> >> reporter: funeral services will be wednesday and a second boy
the cards i have. next speaker. >>> my name is theresa [speaker not understood]. i live in the south of market. you know, it did youant matter your amendments because we live in a three-unit building and we're going to be gone after six years, you know. we're not protected. i'm a single mom of three. we live in an inter generational home in the south of market. it is home to our 79 year old dad who has [speaker not understood] cancer, a disabled brother, i have an 87 year old aunt. i have three children, i have five siblings living there. we rely on helping each other. we are filipino americans who live peacefully in our home for the past 35 years. and we've been here in soma for over 42 -- 42 years. now we're in danger. it doesn't matter what your amendments any more. we'll be wiped out once this passes. our home has been through four landlords since the original filipino-american landlord passed away. the current landlord bought four tenanted properties last year, the end of last year. in the immediate turn around, they sent the same buyout letters to all tenants of the four -- fou
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